TripAdvisor Reviews Villa Cleopatra Gros Islet
Travel Blogs from Gros Islet
... For lunch I had a roti from Liz (she walks up and down the beach selling them out of a cool/hot box - see TripAdvisor). It was one of the best roti I have had so far.
Later on some other medics joined me, including some new medics from Birmingham. A couple of the Manchester boys had brought a frizbee so we played in the sea with it. They also brought a pack of Uno cards so once we had had enough of the sea and the sun we headed into bay Garden's bar, Pebbles, for ...
... and means to be able to throw mums ashes overboard without getting into trouble pretty much. We didn’t expect the amount of efforts they went to on board. The crew ended up closing off the back deck of the ship for us and once we arrived we were greeted by the captain, the vice captain and on a small table was a massive array of flowers, including white roses (Yorkshire Roses) and these small booklets they’d put together for a service, all with mums name on. The Captain ...
... good number of sperm whales, sometimes individually, sometimes in pairs of perhaps a mother and calf, sometimes a group of 4 or 5 whales 'socialising' together. Indeed, our closest and longest lasting experience was our final sighting as we tracked a group of 5 whales for the last 20 minutes of our exploration. By this time we were 12.5 miles off the Dominica coastline, the Ventura was just about visible in the distance. ...
... They have a population of 170,000. Castires is the capital. It was 86 degrees.
We were docked at Point Seraphine which is within walking distance of the capital. Steve and I walked while the rest of the group took the harbor ferry. Downtown are the Castries Market and adjacent Craft Market. We enjoyed a walk, some shopping and a local Piton ...
... the Caribbean Sea it was easy to waste away an entire day in complete happiness, reliving the moments of our tour and looking forward to a whole week away from the boat. The area in Saint Lucia where we stayed, Rodney Bay, boasts the best restaurants in the whole Windward Islands and we wasted no time confirming this our first night. We dined at Saint Lucia’s best chef’s place, Blue Olive, and were not disappointed. We filled our week with more amazing ...
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